Our Planet, Our Home 5/12

OurPlanetOurHome.jpgThe climate and housing crises are hitting low-income communities and communities of color first and worst, and the solutions to both must start with our communities.

Join Asian, Black, Latino & immigrant communities impacted by pollution and displacement for a discussion with legislators Assemblymember Rob Bonta & more TBA on statewide solutions for clean air and renter protections. 

As economic development and involuntary displacement shape where our communities live, work, and play, our most vulnerable communities are increasingly concentrated in some of the most under resourced and politically marginalized neighborhoods. Stable communities are more resilient communities, and strategies for climate resilience must include policies such as stronger renter and tenant protections to prevent displacement, and investments in safe and affordable housing. Fighting displacement creates climate resilient communities.

There will be food, screen printing, and translation available in Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Khmu & Mien. 

Co-hosted by Asian Pacific Environmental Network, California Environmental Justice Aliiance, Causa Justa Just Cause, and Tenants Together.

The senior center is near Fruitvale BART & above Citibank.

Please RSVP: bit.ly/BATH17

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WHEN
May 12, 2017 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
Fruitvale-San Antonio Senior Center
CONTACT
Mari Rose Taruc ·
6 RSVPS

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